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MY ISSUE IS THE AIR CONDITIONER DOENST WORK IN THE FRONT OF MY 2000 FORD EXPEDITION AND WORK IN THE REAR

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When you say it doesn't work do you mean it blows hot breeze or no breeze at all if it blows hot breeze it could be the expansion valve in the evaporator or if there is some electrical solinoid valve controlling the liquid line feed to the evaporator inside....

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